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Maryland Manual, 1938
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 101

for a term of two years (Chapter 685, 1924; Bagby's Annotated Code
of Public General Laws of Maryland, Article 76-A).

The duties of this Board are to examine applicants for certificates
as Certified Public Accountants. Examinations are held once a year,
usually in November, and are conducted according to the Board's rules
and regulations. The names of those persons who pass the examina-
tions are transmitted by the Board to the Governor, and to such
persons the Governor issues certificates. The Governor may revoke
any such certificate for cause.

STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND

EMBALMERS, OF MARYLAND.
Old Town Bank Building, Baltimore, Md.
Chapters III, 226, 566, 572, Acts 1935
Chapter 575, Acts 1924.

(All terms expire May, 1939.)
Ex-Officio Members:

Dr. R. H. Riley.............................................................Director, State Board of Health
Dr. Huntington Williams....................Health Commissioner of Baltimore
Dr. Wm. H. F. Warthen......Asst. Health Commissioner of Balto.
Members appointed by the Governor:

Sol Levinson, President..............................................................................................................Baltimore
J. Jerome Frampton, Treasurer........................................................................Federalsburg
George A. Farley, Vice-President........................................................ Baltimore
Andrew K. Coffman........................................................................................................................Hagerstown
William Cook................................................................................................................................... Baltimore
John Ullrich...............................................................................................................................................Baltimore
John M. Weber...........................................................................................................................Baltimore
Charles E. Delosier, Secretary................................................................. Baltimore
The Governor, with the consent of the Senate, appoints seven, who
with the Secretary of the State Board of Health, and the Commissioner
and Assistant Commissioner of Health of Baltimore City, constitute
the Board.

It is the duty of any person, co-partnership or corporation now
licensed to carry on the business of Funeral Directing and Embalming
in the State of Maryland, within sixty days of the passing of this
Act (June 1, 1937) to cause his, her, their or its name or names to be
registered with the State Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers
of Maryland and to procure a license to carry on the business of
Funeral Directing and Embalming within the State, such license to
be renewed annually.

The laws generally deal with the qualification and licensing of all
persons engaged and/or assisting in Funeral Directing and Embalm-
ing in the State of Maryland; the holding of examinations to deter-
mine such qualifications, and provides penalties for violations of the
provisions relating to licenses and registration.

Special qualifications are required of Funeral Directors, their
assistants and employees concerning the care, preparation for burial,
burial or shipment of dead human bodies; the disinfection of clothing
and bedding of deceased persons who have died from an infectious or
contagious disease and the premises where he or she shall have died, as
well as the laws (general and local) relative to burials, burial permits
and the proper care, preparation for burial and burial or shipment of
dead human bodies.

 

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